The commitment of the Ottawa-Glandorf Schools, in partnership with our families and community, will provide superior educational opportunities for all children, to establish a foundation for a life of learning and personal success.

OGHS One to One Initiative


Over the past decade, advancements in technology have transformed classroom instruction. 21st Century Skills, including technology and digital literacy, are skills essential to our graduates as they enter an informational-based economy. Textbooks are now made in digital formats rather than the previous print format. Students are able to download, complete and submit assignment to their teacher without ever using a printer. Social media is used by school districts, administrators and teachers to communicate with community members and students. Ottawa-Glandorf Local School District is committed to providing our students the best education possible, preparing them for future success and making them competitive in the job market. 

In order to take education to the next level, the high school is implementing a 1-1 (one device per student) program for all students grades 9-12. All high school students and staff will have access to a school issued iPad for educational use while at school. This program will allow OGHS students to utilize their device in the classroom for instructional purposes, as well as to complete and submit assignments from home. Our implementation plan will begin in the 2015-16 school year.

iPad Distribution Information

Upon arriving, please report to the Auditorium.



August 17


August 18


August 19


August 20


August 21

9:00 AM

Seniors & Juniors

By Appointment

1:00 PM

Seniors & Juniors




5:30 PM

Seniors & Juniors




  • Freshmen orientation will also be held during iPad distribution.  Please allow for additional time during your meeting.

Students must attend the iPad Distribution Meeting with a parent or guardian on the established dates.  During this meeting High School staff will distribute iPads and information regarding the OGHS One to One Initiative. The Annual Technology Protection Fund is $75.00 per student and must be paid before the iPad will be distributed.  You will also be able to pay remaining fees for the 2015-2016 school year (workbooks, course fees, etc.).  In addition to the iPad distribution, students will receive all the necessary paperwork (i.e. schedules, locker information, etc.).


Frequently Asked Questions

My child receives free or reduced lunch. Do I need to pay into the Technology Protection Fund?
All students who would like to take the devices home with them and take advantage of the accidental damage insurance will need to contribute to the Protection Fund. An iPad will be available at school for those who do not contribute to the Protection Fund.

I have two students in high school. Do we have to attend multiple ipad distribution sessions?
No, You may attend one session. Please contact the school office and let them know which session you will attend.

Will the iPad’s internet connection by filtered while the device is at home?
No, At home Internet filtering and supervision is the responsibility of the parent / guardian. 

What if we do not have internet at home?
Students should download the necessary course material while connected to the school’s network and work from home without internet. Another option, there are many locations in Ottawa that provide free wifi.

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Student iPad Handbook and Agreement